Cesta by Santa & Cole



Designer Miguel Milá
Launched in 1962
Architonic id 1219589

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In the mid-sixties, the Cesta supporting structure was made of Manila cane and the ball of light was made of plastic. Santa & Cole dignified and updated it after 1996, using heat-curved cherry wood and an opal crystal ball which enclosed the bulb, and adding a dimmer which allowed adjustment of light intensity.

Energy Class: A ++/ A /B / C / D / E

We are now presenting the little sister of Miguel Milá’s famous Cesta lamp, which were both designed nearly fifty years ago. An iconic, sober piece, the heiress of a moral design that fits our daily life very naturally.

Pinus merkusii wooden structure. Shade in opal white technical polymer.
Recommended light sources:
TCG-SE. Self-ballasted micro globe compact fluorescent. 7-11W/825 E27 230V. EEC: A. Max. hgt. 105 mm / 4.1"
LED. 8-40W/827 E27 230V Philips. EEC: A. Max. hgt. 105 mm / 4.1"

Energy Class: A ++/ A /B / C / D / E

Designer: Miguel Milá

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